Definition of deconflict in English:

deconflict

Syllabification: de·con·flict
Pronunciation: /ˌdēkənˈflikt
 
/

verb

[with object] Military
  • Reduce the risk of collision between (aircraft, airborne weaponry, etc.) in an area by coordinating their movements.
    More example sentences
    • No longer satisfied merely to deconflict the activities of the several services, we now seek joint interdependence.
    • The platoon deconflicts airspace during flight in the air traffic control chat room.
    • The FCB is responsible for coordinating, integrating, and deconflicting the efforts of all components within the functional area.

Derivatives

deconfliction

noun
More example sentences
  • There is a finite amount of time you can spend on other flight-related tasks without verifying flight-path deconfliction between your aircraft and the ground or other aircraft.
  • The various airspaces required by the heavy-lift vehicle, the delivery vehicles, and the airdrop cargo itself all require deconfliction with other airspace users.
  • The main purposes were FP, information vetting and sharing, joint targeting in support of operations, and source deconfliction.

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